Auberge Relais Nature
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... up 73 meters, but I went and I LOVED it! On the way up the hill I could see the whole park and I was yelling at Caro for making go on, but I was soo much fun. Once we reached the top I grabbed her onto her bar as well because I kind of was afraid at first especially since the ride goes up to 130 km/h (80m/h)! It was sooo much fun because you drop and the go over this huge turn and you think you’re going to go upside down, but ...
... CZ, and others. We all feel ready to return home now. For me, it feels like the trip has served it's purpose. The family are good! The girls are an impressive pack of 3, Cece is certainly one of them now - no longer a baby, they are a 3. It's been really nice making up for lost time with her, she's fab - Scarlett has matured and is sensible and responsible - great qualities to have, and Gen has matured too, more independent than ever now, ...
... relaxing. The view from the top was spectacular and the castle itself amazing. First built in the 11th century, it was fully restored in the early 1900s. After lunch the line of cars and crowds of people magically dispersed and we left to drive to Bergheim. Bergheim is a little, walled, medieval city, and where our accommodation was for the night. We stayed at Chez Norbet, an old medieval hostellerie. It had a private courtyard, antiques, ...
... of old concrete bunkers and shelters here and of course cemeteries. Beautiful area, in the thick forest. Pictures at the site show how bare it was after a few years of war though. Apparently there was a front here from the very early days of the war right through to 1918. So they were really bogged down in this area, which stretches down to Hartmanswillenkopf, a ...
Spent the day driving through the Alsace wine route. Lots of little towns, all with old castles and half timbered houses. Kaysersberg was a good example, just on the edge of the Vosges Mountains. Around this area their are also a lot of war memorials and cemeteries from both world wars. Around here are the remnants of the Maginot line, a line of underground forts and huge gun turrets ...